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Temperature causes species-specific responses to UV-induced DNA damage in amphibian larvae

The University of Queensland
Dr Rebecca Cramp (Author) Professor Craig Franklin (Author) Mr Coen Hird (Author)
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2022, The University of Queensland

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Exposure to UVR causes harmful DNA damage in amphibians, particularly at cold temperatures where DNA repair enzymes may not be as efficient. This project investigated whether amphibian species differ in their thermal response to UV radiation-induced DNA damage.

Issued: 02 08 2022

Data time period: 07 2019 to 30 07 2022

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